HC Deb 07 July 1919 vol 117 cc1409-10W

asked the Postmaster-General why the mail car leaving Cushen- dall at seven a.m. does not take the mails to the train at Parkmore Station, thus depriving business people and visitors of having their letters delivered in Belfast the same day; why does the same car returning in the evening from the train arriving at Parkmore at six o'clock not carry the mails, thus depriving the people of an evening delivery; and whether he will also take steps to have the Sunday delivery of letters in Cushendall and Cushendun resumed and so arranged as to enable business people to reply to correspondence in time to catch the evening mail car running to Larne?


I am having inquiry made in the matter, and will write to the hon. Member.